7 Things We Hope to See at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame InductionFrom N.W.A. with Kendrick Lamar to Chicago reuniting with Peter Cetera, this year's list of nominees has a lot of possibilities for great moments at the induction ceremony next April.
Yes, Deep Purple, the Cars Lead Rock and Roll Hall of Fame NomineesChicago, Chic, Cheap Trick and the Steve Miller Band also are on the ballot.
KISS, Nirvana, Deep Purple Lead Rock Hall Fan BallotThis year, more than 1.3 million votes were cast in the online poll on rockhall.com. A single fan ballot will contain the top five artists and be counted among the roughly 600 other ballots from music industry voters.
KISS, Nirvana Lead Fan Ballot For Induction Into Rock HallThe KISS Army is making itself heard, loud and clear.
Rock Hall Nominees 2014: Nirvana, Hall & Oates, KISS, The Replacements, Peter Gabriel, Linda Ronstadt & MoreLet the arguments begin: the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame released the ballot for the class of 2014.
Steve Miller Tribute Album Is Out
Ritchie Blackmore's Biggest (Guitar) Smashes
Steve Morse On Deep Purple's Rock Hall Chances: 'They Would Like To See It Happen'
Deep Purple's Ian Gillan: 'It's Always Easy Working With Tony Iommi'Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi and Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan have been friends for years, even briefly bandmates when Gillan took over lead singer duties in Black Sabbath in the mid-‘80s. Now, they’ve teamed up to release WhoCares, a collection of rarities from both of their respective back catalogs.
Glenn Hughes On A Deep Purple Mk III Reunion: "No One At 'Castle Blackmore' Opened The Door"Glenn Hughes tells CBS Local that "Jon, David and I were trying to get it together." The roadblock was the band's famously mercurial guitarist: "We couldn’t get ahold of him. We sent carrier pigeons, and the Pony Express. But nobody at 'Castle Blackmore' answered the door. It wasn’t meant to be."
New Releases: Art Garfunkel, Aerosmith Single & MoreLet’s take a look at this week’s albums, reissues and other musical goodies from classic artists making musical waves yet again.
Jon Lord's "Concerto For Group And Orchestra" Due September 25Deep Purple's 1969 live release Concerto For Group And Orchestra is one of the earliest examples of rock music being played by a full orchestra. Keyboardist Jon Lord composed the music for that album, and he revisited it shortly before his passing on July 16.